Filling Trump’s Anti-Communist Agenda in Congress Republican Research Committee Chairman Pushes; Trump Endorses Some Republicans to Win

Chinese Communist Party suddenly banned Taiwan pineapple, many countries netizens shout: sell to us

Taiwan pineapple is at the peak of harvesting season. The Chinese Communist Party customs suddenly announced on the 24th, since March 1 to suspend the import of Taiwan’s pineapples. The General Administration of Customs of the Communist Party of China said on the 26th, repeatedly quarantine harmful organisms from Taiwan-produced pineapples.

Taiwan Agriculture Committee Chairman Chen Jizhong criticized, this is completely untrue, wrong and not in line with international norms, now is the Time of Taiwan pineapple harvest, the mainland chose this time to suspend imports, people feel very strange and surprising.

Tainan Mayor Huang Weizhe said in a Facebook post, the political decision to express “not surprised”, he also stressed that if the Chinese mainland does not buy, to sell pineapples to the world.

In response, President Tsai Ing-wen said in a Facebook post on the afternoon of the 26th, the Chinese Communist Party’s move is not normal trade considerations, “I want to express my condemnation”, and called for “support farmers, eat pineapples together!

Netizens from all over the world have shouted “sell to us”!

Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Tsai Ing-wen have shared the encounter of Taiwan pineapples on Twitter, and below the relevant postings, netizens have left comments, “Send to Canada.” “Please sell to the Czech Republic, pineapples here are not good.” “Please send it to me to eat.” “Sell to Canada or South Korea; in my opinion, it is a good time to export to other countries, why not do it?” “Sell it to Japan, they will pay 3 times the price for it; sell it to Canada, I am willing to pay 4 times the price.” “I hope we in Germany can buy them too.” “Sell them to Denmark!” “Sell them to India.” “I’d be happy to buy a dozen! Do you ship to France, or open the border for me to go to Taiwan.” “Send them to me, I’m in London.” “Don’t worry, most people in Hong Kong and all free countries like Taiwanese fruit.”

More positive than the Democrats? McConnell speaks out in favor of Biden‘s military action

A few days ago Biden decided to carry out airstrikes against Iranian-backed military forces in Syria. On Friday (Feb. 26), Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) spoke out in favor of Biden’s decision to target Iranian-backed military forces in Syria. McConnell (Mitch McConnell) crossed the partisan divide to speak out in support of Biden. McConnell’s move was ahead of many of Biden’s Democratic allies.

McConnell strongly supported Biden, saying, “I believe the president is doing well within the purview of his office.”

McConnell said Friday, “The attacks on U.S. diplomatic and military facilities and personnel are just one early test of the new administration by this dangerous adversary (Iran).”

“Iran supports an entire terrorist group from Yemen to Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, all the way to the Israeli border. It will take sustained work to defend against and stop the threat posed to U.S. interests.”

Compared to key Democratic leaders and his colleagues, McConnell’s stance appears to be quite positive.

Senate Majority Leader Schumer (D-N.Y.), House Speaker Pelosi (D-Calif.) and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) are all on board. McCarthy (R-Calif.) did not comment on the air strikes.

Democratic U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said he wanted to know more about the airstrike and why Congress was not notified before the attack.

According to the left-leaning U.S. media outlet Politico, Kaine said, “The American people deserve to hear the administration’s rationale for these attacks, and the legal basis for not going through Congress.”

He went on to note that “there are no constitutional exceptions to offensive military action without congressional approval.”

He stressed that he believes members of Congress should be fully briefed on what has been done in this matter.

Breaking with convention, Biden has yet to deliver his first State of the Union address

February is almost over and Biden has yet to address a joint session of Congress. The State of the Union Address, which is usually delivered by a new president a month after his inauguration, has been put on hold.

Every year, the president of the United States gives an annual report to Congress in a joint session, also known as the State of the Union Address. This report includes not only an analysis of the national situation, but also the president’s legislative agenda and national priorities. Since 1934, the State of the Union address has usually been delivered in January or, in the event of a presidential transition, in February by the new president.

So far, the White House has not provided any information about Biden’s State of the Union address.

Biden’s delay is troubling and reinforces suspicions that he is not actually governing, as the State of the Union is supposed to be the sole responsibility of the president.

The question of why Biden delayed his State of the Union address has also become a hot topic on the Internet recently.

Republican Study Committee Chairman: Will Flesh Out Trump‘s Anti-Communist Agenda in Congress

Rep. Jim Banks (R-Okla.) takes the oath of office in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 3, 2019

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Republican Study Committee (RSC) Chairman Rep. Jim Banks (D-CA) recently said he intends to continue to flesh out Trump’s agenda in Congress and, in doing so, help push the Republican Party in the right direction. And one of the main issues is that of opposing the Chinese Communist Party.

The Republican Study Committee is the largest conservative caucus on Capitol Hill, with 150 people, accounting for more than three-quarters of the Republican Conference, and is the “pulse” of the Republican Party on Capitol Hill, Banks said in a phone interview last Friday (Feb. 19). Republicans can use this to unite on a conservative agenda and focus on solutions.

He went on to say that the focus of the Republican Study Committee, and it should be the focus of the Republican Party, is to oppose Communist China, and that the Biden Administration is seeking to become “friendly” to the Communist Party. On Capitol Hill, few Democrats can talk about the Communist threat. As a result, “we have made anti-communist China a major issue on the Republican Study Committee platform.”

In particular, he cited the Republican Study Committee organization’s major legislative blitz last week, which introduced more than a dozen pieces of legislation on China and threw out a report that revealed Biden’s weakness on the issue.

Banks argues that nothing is more important to the Republican Party today than the issue of election integrity. The Republican Study Committee has introduced the Safe Democracy Act, which makes appropriate election reforms at the state level and works with conservative state lawmakers across the country.

But he also warned that “when we focus on the petty arguments within the party, when we have a petty internal fight over whether to write Trump out of our party, then we lose.”

Banks said that in addition to inviting key thought leaders, he wants to bring in people who are hopeful in 2024, such as former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former Vice President Mike Pence, as well as others to meet with members of the Republican Study Committee and discuss the issues.

Miller, a former senior adviser to Trump, told Breitbart News Service last week that Banks “has a bold and courageous vision to turn the Republican Study Committee into an internal think tank for populist conservative policy and legislation.”

Big tech ‘aids and abets’ China’s push for ‘global dominance’

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-SC) is pictured speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Florida on February 26, 2021.

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (D-CA) said on the second day of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the largest annual conservative conference, that Big Tech is “helping” the Chinese Communist Party achieve its goal of becoming a global superpower. goal of becoming a global superpower.

Blackburn added that “the Chinese Communist Party is trying to eliminate the United States of America” and that “the Chinese Communist Party and Big Tech, they have a very good relationship. They’ve been allowing the Chinese Communist Party to spread all the information.”

She said, “Obey and do as you are told or they will cancel you, which sounds a lot like Communist China, doesn’t it?” “That’s why we keep blocking huawei, the spy network of big tech companies who are trying to build a virtual you online.”

While Chinese citizens are blocked from accessing Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms, Chinese Communist Party officials and state media are allowed to use Twitter, Facebook. it wasn’t until August 2020 that Twitter began labeling these accounts, as belonging to the state media.

“Big tech is aiding and abetting the Chinese Communist Party’s bid for global dominance,” Blackburn said, “and we will have to stand up to it.”

At one point in his speech, Blackburn spoke out against human rights violations and other aggressive behavior by the Chinese Communist Party. “China (the Chinese Communist Party) is violating the human rights of freedom fighters in Hong Kong, in Tibet, in Taiwan.”

Florida safely opens economy amid Epidemic, governor: ushers in fiscal surplus

Republican U.S. Florida Gov. DeSantis delivered a welcome address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday (Feb. 26).

He said before his speech that despite “predictions of economic doom” from all sides during the pandemic, Florida’s economy, which is safe and open, is finally seeing a fiscal “budget surplus”. And there were no tax hikes.

DeSantis, 42, was elected governor of Florida in 2018 with the support of Trump. His open economy policies are part of the reason why the conservative Political Action Conference chose Orlando, Florida, as the venue for its event this year.

In his speech, DeSantis said, “We are in the middle of an oasis of freedom in a country where there are repressive blockades everywhere.”

Florida has taken the opposite path from other states in dealing with the epidemic, not taking a blockade of the economy, despite strong opposition to Florida’s epidemic policy from the media as well as the Biden administration.

According to the latest data from February, Florida’s death toll from the epidemic as a percentage of all deaths since the epidemic began last year is 9.7 percent, much lower than California’s 12.6 percent and the U.S. average of 12.2 percent; it is particularly noteworthy that Florida has the highest percentage of elderly people in the country and that it has not imposed a lockdown and strict restrictions on the epidemic as California and New York have done.

Instead, many wealthy people have moved to Florida from New York and California. A stark contrast to the empty city of New York City.

In his CPAC speech, DeSantis again addressed the issue of election integrity. He said Florida would introduce legislation to restrict mail-in ballots and drop boxes.

DeSantis plans to run for re-election next year and is considered a possible presidential candidate in 2024.

Foreign Media See Through New Communist China Strategy “4 of 5 Eyes Alliance are Nazis”

Chinese Communist Party troops conduct military training in the Pamir Mountains in the Kashgar region of northwest China’s Xinjiang province, Jan. 4, 2021.

It is the CCP regime’s usual practice to stigmatize countries or organizations that condemn it.

Watch China Compilation reports that the Beijing regime’s brutal persecution of its own people is increasingly being scrutinized and condemned by the international community. Under pressure, the Chinese regime has instead attacked its critics as “Nazis. This backhanded tactic has been seen and voiced in criticism. U.S. commentator Tom Rogan recently wrote that the Chinese Communist regime has been attacking its critics as “Nazis. Tom Rogan, an American commentator, recently published an opinion piece in the U.S. media saying that the CCP’s propaganda campaign is a reversal of black and white. But that just shows that the countries condemning the CCP are doing a remarkable job of hitting it where it hurts.

The article says that because of growing international concern over its genocidal policies against Uighur Muslims, the authorities in Beijing have launched a new propaganda campaign with a tactic: portraying critics as Nazis.

An editorial published this week in the Global Times, a newspaper that executes the campaign, called out the U.S.-led “Five Eyes” intelligence coalition as an “axis of white supremacy.

The newspaper, which is directed by the Communist Party’s Foreign Ministry, is one of Beijing’s primary means of broadcasting the Communist Party’s ethos to the rest of the world.

The Communist Party is not happy. Propagandists for the Communist regime say the Five Eyes is “becoming an axis of racism designed to stifle the development rights of 1.4 billion Chinese people.” “Except for New Zealand.”

The Communist government has excluded the small country from the other Five Eyes members (the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada). As documented, the Beijing authorities want to drive a wedge and raise very tangible concerns that New Zealand is no longer a reliable ally. This is a reality that a growing number of Western journalists should be aware of.

The article concludes, “In turn, the better four of the five eyes should take the Chinese government’s latest condemnation as a sign that they are taking terrific action.”